This newly-built home takes your breath away as soon as you step onto the property. Landscaped gardens attract your eyes to the large wooden front door, which is flanked by glass that follows through the foyer into the back yard. Entertainment and cosy nights were at the top of the design of the property. A large open plan living area with double volume ceilings, exposed trusses and stackable aluminium doors carry the theme of creating open spaces. A majestic gas fireplace centres the room, to curl up on chairs during winter nights. The kitchen finishes are high end, with space for a double-door fridge and a separate pantry/scullery. All three bedrooms are en-suite, with beautiful large bathtubs placed below windows to wind down after a long day. Built-in-cupboards feature throughout the property, providing ample storage. The home features a fantastic undercover entertainment area with a built-in-braai and wooden decks that lead off the screed flooring, which wraps around the swimming pool. There is also a courtyard behind the kitchen, as well as a garage and a carport. Hoedspruit Wildlife Estate is situated 1 km outside the business hub of the small vibrant town of Hoedspruit. There are 490 stands of approximately 5000 sq. m and they are privately set on unfenced stands. The area overlooks Mariepskop in the Drakensberg. The estate is 700 ha of pristine Lowveld bush with abundant birdlife, and plains game such as Warthog, Impala, Duiker, Bushbuck, Giraffe, Waterbuck, and Kudu with occasional visits from Leopards, Lions and Cape Wild Dog. Hoedspruit is situated in Limpopo, close to the Kruger National Park. Attractions in the area include nearby golf courses, hiking trails, game trips, bird watching and the Hoedspruit Research and Breeding Centre for Endangered Species, including the unique Cheetah project. These are only a few examples of the many scenic Lowveld attractions. Hoedspruit can be reached by car (420km from Pretoria), with daily flights to and from Johannesburg to the Eastgate Airport at Hoedspruit or even by the new Premier Class railway coaches to the Hoedspruit railway station. This is the place to stay in Hoedspruit. The African bush can be experienced with a modern Pick ‘n Pay anchored shopping centre right at the entrance to the wildlife estate. Only 60 km by road from the Kruger National Park.